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will do with mitt romney what, in fact, he did with john mccain which is that as the two of them stand on stage together, the president figures that he's going to look cool, calm and collected and that he can rattle or fluster mitt romney. megyn: well, we saw some moments with mitt romney during the republican primary, and i'm going to jump a little out of order for the control room, but there was one, this one debate in which he actually laid hands on rick perry, and they went back and forth. here's a small clip. >> i don't think i've ever hired an illegal in my life. i'm looking forward to finding your facts on that -- >> i'll tell you what the facts were -- >> rick, i'm speaking. i'm speaking. i'm speaking. >> it's time for you -- >> you get 30 seconds. >> the way the rules work here is i get 60 seconds -- >> the american people want the truth. megyn: and moments after that he talked about how he denied intentionally hiring illegal immigrants to work on his property saying at the time he told the contractor i'm running for office, for pete's sake, and a lot of the republicans said t
: well, they have a republican governor in ohio as well right now, john kasich. so there is some -- you know, it's such a purple state. it can go one way or the other. they've had a democratic governor, the last guy was a democrat. but i want to ask you about polling momentum because so many people point to the example of your dad versus carter when it was 1980, and your dad was losing in the polls. you and i have talked about this before. he was losing in the polls, and he was written off by a lot in the media as it's not going to happen. i mean, it was, i think, what was it, a ten-point spread that carter had or eight points ahead of your dad? >> oh, yeah. >> at the beginning of october. and so a lot of folks would have said reagan was out. what was it, michael? was it the debate that turned things around? >> the debates were so important for that campaign and so that question, are you better off today than you were four years ago and my dad saying if you think you are, vote for that guy. if not, vote for me. today you can change that and say are you better off today than you were las
by which they want it back and signed by john kerry and barbara boxer and others, by november 13, which won't escape your notice. that is after the presidential election. guys, thank you. >> thank you, megyn. megyn: fox news has confirmed some concerning details about this incident, which has not generated a lot of investigation from the rest of the media. just ahead, former chief of staff under president bush, andy card weighs in how it would've been different if his former boss, george w. bush, was still in the white house. and new concerns about taxpayer dollars on what some call a second cylinder. wait until you hear about what happens when fox asked to speak with the ceo. also, locked up on a probation violation. an interesting ruling in this man's case. the man said to be behind the 15 minute internet video being blamed in part for rights overseas. the real question over the first amendment applies to those that we dislike as well as those we like megyn: the probation violation against the man allegedly behind the anti-muslim film the lead to some of the protest that we have seen in
right here for reaction and perspective by general jack keane and ambassador john bolton. don't miss it. busy afternoon. >> the cost of food is up. the cost of electricity is up. the cost of health care is way up. the cost of gasoline is doubled. the american family, middle income families are having a hard time. look i know the president cares about america and the people of this country. he just doesn't know how to help them. i do. i will get this country going again. [cheers and applause] megyn: that was governor romney on the campaign trail in ohio yesterday making his case for a new american economic agenda. 12 hours later, we got our weekly unemployment numbers. the labor department now saying 26,000 fewer americans filed for jobless benefits last week than the week before. that brings the total number to 359,000. but exerts say typically, the number must consistently drop below 375,000, to indicate that highering is strong enough to actually lower our unemployment rate. a big new study meantime provide little hope for the employment picture going forward. a survey of a group of l
served in the military. john mccain did not do quite as well. when you look at the narrow states come in there. if things get out of whack for the president with military voters and veterans. when we look at hispanic voters, the goal isn't mitt romney doesn't want to win from he just wants to not lose to buy as much. especially in those three states, especially in those states that he won so narrowly last time. megyn: what is the explanation for the favoritism by military veterans for mitt romney? >> one thing i should say that you referenced would be best. it would be the baddest on a pole poll that is constructed in a way that many pollsters would have relied upon. that is not exactly what we expect to see. the president may actually do worse among military voters and even a poll showed. here is the deal. in 2000 and the president was running, he was talking a lot about what he wanted to hear for veterans. people were ready for change. he held onto the timeline in iraq and he brought the troops out, and all of those things. but there is broad dissatisfaction among people who said th
ago. texas senator john cornyn says this is unacceptable, it's a failure, he says, by pentagon leaders to comply with a 2009 law that was supposed to make it easier for our soldiers to vote. guy benson is political editor of town hall.com. hi, guy. >> hey, how's it going? alisyn: senator cornyn expressed his serious concerns about this precipitous drop in requests of absentee ballots by our soldiers overseas. what do you think is going on here? >> that's a very good question, and it's something that we need to find out quickly. as you said, in virginia alone we've seen a 92% drop in requests for absentee ballots, that number is over 50% in terms of the major states like florida, ohio and nevada. so i think there's a lot of people on the political side of this scratching their heads. as you mentioned, senator cornyn and a group of other republicans have shot off a letter to the defense secretary say, hey, it's time for explanations, and what they're really upset about not necessarily, allison, the raw numbers that people aren't requesting as many ballots out in the field, but rather a r
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